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I am looking to buy a guitar to practise shreding , i want it to have good trem . And an ibanez RG like body . My budget is 600 euros . I want it 24 fret if possible and a body that will allow me to get to the 24 fret without having to stretch my way there because of the body that is put in a way half way the 8 final frets .
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EDIT: seeing the below post, any ibanez rg.
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Ibanez in my sig, only 22 frets, but it meets everything else. I personally have never played a song that required 24, but if you need the 24, go for something else.
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im planning on getting an Ibanez RG1570 soon, but i think its more than 600 Euros (its £475), and i havent actually seen the back where the neck joins the body so i dont know about access

EDIT: £475 is actually 594 Euros so its within budget, its just the matter of the neck...
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Ibanez S470. The ZR trem is great and the neck is really fast, although you'll probably want to change the pickups.
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for your requirements a jackson dinky model would best suit you IMO. just get which ever one fits your budget basically. personally i dont really like ibanezes as much in general but the S and SZ series would be suited to you as well except they are all 22 frets
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Used higher end rg?
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Ibanez S470. The ZR trem is great and the neck is really fast, although you'll probably want to change the pickups.

agreed, mines great and im putting duncan blackouts in it, so it will be one amazing guitar
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Just watch out for the arm holder in the ZR trem. They are easy to break. And it is very common to S users including me..
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I dont Know Euro's but look at Schecter Hellraiser (I think its only a 22 fret but there awesome!)
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